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Saturday, March 19, 2016

masterboard to card

I promised on wednesday I would show you what this masterboard


would turn into.
Oops, the days have slipped by and it is already Saturday.
Well with the moto better late then never here is the card I made with the masterboard


I justed stamped this amazing image on it and cut it to size.

How did the masterboard come together?
I started with a large piece of watercolor paper and grabbed all of my circle stencils (because the biweekly theme over at The Craft Barn is to use circles in the background)


First I applied some texture paste through one of them.Then I went to town with my Dylusions spray inks.
Next I added some more stencilling and stamping with a stamp

 I made from anti-scratch selfadhesive felt from the hardware store, which in its turn is this month's Let's Play theme 


I still have plenty leftover from the masterboard ready for a next project in the nearby or not so nearby future, we'll see.




9 comments:

  1. Stunning card. Love the masterboard you made, thanks for sharing how it was built up. Have a good weekend Cara x

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  2. Wow, I love this - I have some of those self-adhesive felt circles somewhere, I remember putting them on the bottom of our dining room chair legs, never thought of making a stamp with them, truly imaginative. Am absolutely loving that girl stamp, the card is beautiful.

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  3. Hi Vicky,
    I love this project, your master board is gorgeous and the stamp looks perfect on it. Would you mind telling me who makes this stamp please?

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  4. Wow the Dylusions are so vivid! Love your masterboard and the girl fits right in there.

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    1. if you don't gesso the pages they stay more vivid.

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    2. if you don't gesso the pages they stay more vivid.

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  5. What a clever idea!--and very effective. Overall, I like this masterboard's look.

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  6. That is a great masterboard. I love that image of the face on the project too, very nice.

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  7. Fabulous masterboard and a beautiful card you made with it.

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